Emmerdale star Charley Webb looks flawless in a chic black mini skirt as she discusses cruel online trolling
The actress, 35, wore a chic black mini skirt with a fitted top that featured scooping neckline for her appearance.
After joining the soap as Debbie Dingle when she was 14-years-old, Charley explained how her experience ‘would have been a different story’ had social media been around at the time.
She also gave an insight into how she deals with rude comments after recently being skinny-shamed on Instagram.
Speaking on the show, Charley said: ‘I tend to just not respond to people because actually when they say these things they just want a response.’
Stunning: Emmerdale star Charley Webb, 35, looked flawless as she joined Loose Women on Friday to discuss cruel online trolls
The actress continued: ‘But I think it gets to a point where, I think I’m lucky I have quite a thick skin, but not everyone has. I worry for children and I worry for other people, I worry for everyone.
I would have been a whole different story I don’t know if I could have done it actually. The whole is so different now, when I joined it was just about being an actor and doing what you loved. ‘
It comes after Charley hit back at skinny-shaming trolls after sharing a light-hearted dance video.
The actress had depicted her ‘Bank holiday beautiful chaos’, kicking off with a video of her dancing to Rihanna‘s What’s My Name?
Charley appeared in good spirits as she danced along to the track in a black knit dress with semi sheer tights and brown Ugg boots.
Committing to her performance, she tied her brunette locks back into a bun and swung her hips whilst holding a microphone.
She was joined by a friend who was also eager to show off her moves.
The actress wore a chic black mini skirt with a fitted top that featured scooping neckline for her appearance
On screen: After joining the soap as Debbie Dingle when she was 14-years-old, Charley explained how her experience ‘different’ had social media been around (pictured in 2004)
Ignoring them: She also gave an insight into how she deals with rude comments after recently being skinny-shamed on Instagram
She wrote in her caption: ‘At my friends BBQ celebrating another year of them with the same old moves.’
However, the playful scenes prompted some unwanted trolls, with one writing: ‘Looks like those legs could snap any minute.’
Another put: ‘Charley you are gorgeous… but you’re all skin and bone,; while another wrote, ‘Bandy legs.’
Yet Charley – and her fans – were quick to react.
One fan called out the troll and wrote: ‘So.. posts a video having fun, she’s “too thin”; posts ads, too many ads; potentially puts weight on, must be pregnant; pics of kids, shouldn’t expose them; no pics, “where’ve you gone”!! Is it any wonder people feel they can do no right!’
The actress was quick to reply, writing, ‘Innit,’ along with a peace sign Emoji icon.